The Deprivation And Loss Of Loss

930 WordsApr 6, 20164 Pages
Loss is an experience that unfortunately, everyone must face at some point or another in their life. The deprivation of loss leaves one feeling empty or incomplete. They become troubled emotionally, some may face a period of substance abuse, depression or even have thoughts of committing suicide. Losing someone that cannot be replaced by someone or something else is one of the most troubling things to go through , but having to bury your baby is a feeling I wish no parent to ever have. Or to go back: March 11th, 2010 was one of the happiest days of my life, I found out I was pregnant with baby number two. Over-joyed with emotions, smiling from ear to ear, there was nothing that could take the feeling of excitement away from me. Although I was still young at the time, nineteen to be exact, and pregnant with my second child, I knew that being a mother was something that just came to me. Giving my child a younger sibling was something I had always wanted to do. I faced many challenges throughout my time pregnant. I had some medical issues that came along with the pregnancy, so I was considered “high-risk.” I had to see the doctor much more frequently than the average individual. I saw specialists on a weekly basis. The pregnancy was taking a lot out of me, but hearing the doctors every week tell me the that the baby was healthy was all I needed to know to continue with the daily struggles I was facing. I found out not long after I got

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